Dog Articles

Arthritis In Dogs and Cats

Does your pet struggle to get up in the morning, hobble around or do they have trouble with stairs or jumping into the car? Arthritis can be a real pain in the neck (or hip) but there is treatment available to help your creaky pet.

When cold weather sets in, it is important to take extra care of your pets by helping them stay warm and safe throughout the winter months.

Environmental Enrichment to Help Your Dog Combat the Winter Blues

Dogs need exercise and stimulation regardless of the weather and just as we might go stir crazy when cooped up for extended periods, our furry friends too can become restless and may end up driving us nuts!

Scratch That Itch!

Allergic skin disease is a common problem in dogs and one that may be difficult to determine the cause of and frustrating to manage.

Canine Parvovirus Infection

Of all the viral diseases that a dog can be plagued by, Canine Parvovirus (or "parvo") is one of the most dangerous.

Pheromonatherapy for Anxious Pets

Pheromones are released from various glands of an animal's body to communicate with members of the same species throughout the animal kingdom. Synthetic pheromones are now being used as a non-invasive solution to manage stress-related problems in pets.

Talk Like a Dog

Do you talk to your dog? It’s good for both of you! However, if you’re trying to change your dog’s behaviour or teach them something new, you need to talk in their language.

What To Do When Your Pet Is Missing

Most people think it won't happen to them, but losing a pet occurs more often than one might think. Fortunately, many pets are found within a 3km radius of their homes and can return weeks after being reported lost.

When Dogs Fight

Are you living with a pair of feuding Fidos? Conflicts between dogs living in the same household can feel like the San Andreas fault is in the middle of your lounge room  - you're just waiting for the next catastrophe to occur.

Excitable and Disobedient Dogs

People do not respond well to dogs that are overly excitable or disobedient. So, how can this behaviour be prevented and can an unruly dog be re-trained?

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